Sunday, March 04, 2012

A bad week for right wingers: George W. Bush impersonator Steve Bridges dies at 48

Steve Bridges, 48, a comic actor and impersonator who was best known for his mimicry of President George W. Bush and appeared alongside the chief executive at the 2006 White House Correspondents' Assn. dinner, was found dead Saturday at his home in Los Angeles.

Bridges had recently returned home from China, where he had been performing, said his brother Phillip. He appeared to have died of natural causes. An an autopsy is scheduled, but the Los Angeles County coroner's office said foul play was not suspected.

Born in Dallas on May 22, 1963, Bridges began doing impersonations as a child, starting with the Three Stooges. "Anything I saw on TV, I imitated," he told Larry King in a CNN interview in 2006.



Anonymous said...

If everyone lived to 40-48 the pensions and SS would be in fine shape.

Anonymous said...

obamas handlers got confused, Bush was the greatest president since Reagan.

Anonymous said...

Ya thing Barry's hit men got the wrong guy?

Anonymous said...

The real Bush 43 is still alive. I am cool with that. That is good news.

Bush got a bit into the big government sickness during his terms. Still, he did an infinitely better job then Clinton and the Mighty kenyan.

BTW, Bush and the GOP fought to stop shit like the out of hand creation of the TSA and other nonsense. They lost the demorats on that one. Bush was then quick to use he TSA and DHS for certain aims of his. Check the time line.

Now look how the magic Chicago jesus is running wild with the TSA goons and the DHS and Big Sis. Sickening...

Fuck Obama and those who grovel at the hem of his skirt!

I Voted For Obama said...

Oops----Obama's Muslim operatives got the wrong guy again.